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  • A Pauper At 58

    Joshua Avoaja
    9 months ago
    A Pauper At 58 Down the street, in abject poverty, lives a man, frail, too weak for his years and wretched. History tells us tales of princes becoming beggars, the wealthy becoming wretched, owing t ...
  • I Love Nigerian Politics

    Chifumnanya Leonard Uyanwanne
    11 months ago
    I love the Nigerian political setup because it does not benefit me nor the populace in any way. I love it because everyone pretends something good i.e. new will happen every four years. I love how the ...
  • I Spoke My Mind And I Got Attacked For It

    Benjamin Ibe
    9 months ago
    I spoke my mind and I got attacked for itI thought this people got my back, boy.Another murder on the television, mehn, someone should just turn it off.Boko Haram killing people along the Niger area, ...

    11 months ago
    Tommorow, today Will no more bandy words With aged deaf ears of yesterday But repose without slumber Till dawn grows in the niger ...
  • Life As We Know It

    Reginald Chinuwa
    6 months ago
    Everything true and false dwellsThere in the centreOf your racing mindFor every sound heard, every image seen,Each scent perceived, and each taste by the tongueRests in the nest of nervesTo be filtere ...
  • O TO GE!

    Eti Best Herbert
    7 months ago
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  • The ASYLUM

    Jesse Obetta
    9 months ago
    THE ASSYLUM Office of the inspector-general of police in Abuja, the capital city of Nigeria. He is a man of about 55 years with a height of about 180cm.He is popularly referred to as I.G. HE is sitt ...
  • The ASYLUM Cont'd

    Jesse Obetta
    9 months ago
    THREE HORS LATER. Inspector Eze: sir here is the report of our findings from the customs . I.G: good , let me have it, takes alook. What is the meaning of this. it says here nobody imported that c ...


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